One Woodward Avenue

Formerly known as the Michigan Consolidated Gas Company, this modern building draws upon similar work by Mies van der Rohe who also influenced 211 West Fort Street. The lightness of the structure is emphasized by the three-story lobby. One Woodward Detroit is known...

Buhl Building

The Buhl Building was Detroit’s first skyscraper and was the first of many prominent buildings designed by Wirt Rowland during his tenure at Smith, Hinchman & Grylls.  The architectural sculpture on the building was designed by Corrado Parducci.

Chase Tower

Like most bank buildings, the currently named Chase Tower has also been known as the The National Bank of Detroit and Bank One Building. The building occupies to former site of the oddly shaped ten-story Hammond Building, which was the first skyscraper in Detroit to...

1001 Woodward Avenue

1001 Woodward, also known as First Federal Bank Building, is a mixed-use 25-story granite-clad skyscraper on the corner of Michigan and Woodward Avenue anchoring the Campus Martius District. The building was renovated starting in 1998 to support Class “A”...